A More Sensitive Foreign Policy
The international legacy of Adlai Stevenson has long survived him. In the second half of the twentieth century, the United States emerged as powerful but prudent, drawing nations together to build a workable world order. We Americans and our government, our business, and our cultural outreach, became players in every world region—and this was much more the consequence of thinking and reason than of shouting or subversion.
KeywordsForeign Policy Muslim World Civil Affair Marshall Plan International Legacy
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